Mediators have altruistic interests in making the world a better place. They invest time discovering their purpose and how they can best use their skills to improve humanity. They often feel like the odd one out but their caring nature helps them form meaningful relationships.
Valuing authenticity, Mediators stand out for their creativity and desire to connect making them strong communicators that offer a new perspective. Not looking to just pay the bills, Mediators are happiest when they feel a sense of purpose in their work.
• Authentic individuals with nothing to hide
• Loyal and devoted team members
• Creating close, meaningful relationships
• Enjoy lifting others to succeed
• Highly empathetic, with strong emotional intelligence
• Open-minded and tolerant individuals
• Overly idealistic approach to life
• May be sensitive to criticism
• Dislike confrontational scenarios
• Private and self-conscious who may be challenged to open up
• Become stressed when ideal situations cannot be created
Wherever Mediators find themselves they value harmony and seek to make emotional and moral connections. If someone on the team needs a hand, Mediators will be the first to pitch in without any expectation of praise or recognition.
Mediators are the personality type least likely to act as though they are in charge, promoting equality and empowerment of team members. They keep their eye on the big picture and trust people to develop their own ideas and use their best judgement.
You can trust a Mediator to always make the most ethical decision with dedication and consideration to others. They use their creativity rather than just following orders but appreciate having clear expectations. Criticism can cause a Mediator to shut down, but positive feedback can have a delightfully opposite effect.